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  • Size: 7" x 4 1/4"
  • paperback
  • perfect bound
  • 230 Pages
  • ISBN# 0935-637-32-x

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100 Things Every College Student With a Disability Ought to Know

by Kendra D. Johnson, Ed. D. and Trudie N. Hines

100 Things is an abridged college orientation guidebook written from the students’ perspective that gives tips, suggestions, consumer-friendly advice, and valuable web links for improving success for college-bound and college students with disabilities. It focuses on how knowing what to expect in the transition to college can reduce the sometimes anxious and frustrating feelings associated with learning at this next educational level. Dr. Kendra Johnson and Trudie Hines combined their diverse knowledge and experience with hundreds of suggestions from students with disabilities to create an easy-to-read and use problem-solving guide that puts key information within direct reach of students. Their short, single paragraph descriptions of common problems and solutions in learning are further enhanced by a myriad of valuable web links. These afford students a seemingly endless supply of further information and assistance for independently discovering solutions to practically any problem they face. This provides a desk-top reference and navigational guide that gives a quick, solution oriented overview about the WHAT, WHY, HOW, WHEN, and WHAT-IFs students with disabilities need to know to better adjust for success from the first day forward.

 

What is included in 100 Things Every College Student With a Disability Ought to Know?

CHAPTER 1

Arriving

CHAPTER 5

Campus Life

CHAPTER 2

Paperwork

CHAPTER 6

Success Strategies

CHAPTER 3

Leveling the Playing Field

CHAPTER 7

Transitions: Moving On

CHAPTER 4

The Classroom Experience

APPENDIX

APPENDIX: Glossary of Terms, Index, Suggested Student Readings, Reviewer Comments, Credits, Students Speak Out, Works Consulted

Available in Alternative Format

"This book is made available in alternative format upon request".

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Cambridge Stratford’s trained staff of Online Seminar and Orientation Leaders can provide 1-2 day inservice seminars for students with disabilities and support staff at host institutions internationally. Each Seminar provides one copy of the text per participant, full instruction, and handout materials. Services can be contracted by one department or institution, or cooperatively hosted by several. For more information EMAIL Cambridge Stratford.


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